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A portfolio website for leading Dutch architecture & design agency, Graziosi Progetti, that reflects the bold design vision of founder Nina Graziosi. Outspoken typography and unexpected combinations between type and visuals create a glossy magazine look. Large photography of the agency’s work inspires
A portfolio website for the freelance designer Paul O’Rely. Since it’s responsive, it should be designed with mobile in mind. It has a clean layout in order to highlight the portfolio items, and has a smooth scroll effect in navigation. Additionally, the whole website is optimized for HiDPI screens.
As a social marketing platform, we wanted to use our website to show our simple and clean approach to the social ecosystem and the benefits for brands working with us.
Marion Thomas-Mauro, Art Director Tigerlily
“We chose to change from our illustrated aesthetic to a more refined, clear and real visual identity.
Fashion label for women. Ready to wear basics with an edge. Handmade.
The idea/realisation of the website was to stay very close with the statement of the fashion-designs of the shirts. The label “fade or eddy” is a statement in itself and represents the defining of new standards and the rejection of prevalent conventions.
This website is the personal résumé of Pedro Ribeiro, a portuguese graphic designer. My idea was to “sell” myself as a product, in fact, what we do when we show our résumé is trying to “sell” ourselves by showing our “characteristics”, the same way we do when we are selling any other product.
It’s a portfolio design by a french designer: Julie Jerolon, and that we wanted original.
The intro is built like a html5 game: to throw or stop the Yoyo. We add some parallax animation with the vertical navigation, to give more movement betwen the sections.